George Washington Papers

To George Washington from William Crawford, 23 May 1781

May the 23d 1781

Dr General

Som time ago I wrote you relative to your round bottom Tract of Land. I can never find out what has bin don about it wheather Thomas Lewis has returnd it or not. If you can give me any Direction About it I will do any thing in my Power for you, the survay Aught to be returnd to the Office if it has not bin returnd This I will have don if it has not bin returnd, as I can have it don Emeditly.

I intend out with General Clark on the Present Expedition if my Health will Permit but I am very unhealthy latly haveing got much cold on the two Last Expeditions they being made in the Winter or at Least in cold weather. Any Directions you may want to give me you can send by Mr Randolph he come to my house on his way to General Clark. I am Sir your Very Humle Obedt Servant

W. Crawford

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